Degrassi is a Canadian teen drama television series, set in the Degrassi fictional universe created by Linda Schuyler and Kit Hood in 1980. Degrassi is the fourth fictional series in the Degrassi franchise, following The Kids of Degrassi Street, Degrassi Junior High, and Degrassi High. Like its predecessors, Degrassi follows a group of students attending Degrassi Community School who face challenges common to teen life, such as self image, peer pressure, child abuse, sexual identity, gang violence, self-injury, school shootings, teenage pregnancy and drug abuse.
Degrassi is now in the hands of a new, strict administrator; Becky and Jonah come up with the idea of a lunchtime variety show; Winston is having doubts; Zoë has shown that she's not one to mess with.
Winston is set to play the lead in his musical; the musical is the perfect distraction from Zig's problems; Clare and Eli's lives keep intersecting.
Frankie celebrates her birthday; Maya takes a spa day to relax; Imogen uses drastic measures to defend herself.
Becky has feelings for Jonah; Maya hopes gym class will boost her average; Clare agrees to babysit Rocky.
Maya has someone on her mind; Clare embarks on an impromptu road trip to New York; Hunter has a crush.
Clare's been absent from prom committee meetings, and Alli is starting to get worried. Zig needs somewhere to go, seeing as his mom isn't ready to take him back just yet. Tristan is trying online dating, but his profile isn't getting much action.
Zig is hesitant to let Maya see his new place; Clare discovers something fishy at the school; Frankie has problems with her leading man.
Zig becomes an accomplice to a crime; Frankie finds herself falling for Winston again; Drew does not approve of Becky's happiness with Jonah.
Vince's actions put both Zig and Maya in harm's way; Becky grows suspicious of Drew's accusations toward Jonah.
Dallas wants the prom to be perfect for Alli, but he makes a mistake that could ruin everything; Miles tries to help Hunter.
Drew agrees to help Dallas salvage the prom; Clare is unsure of her future plans, including where she stands with Eli.
Clare has to muster up the courage to tell Eli about her situation. Winston is making some headway with Frankie but is insecure about his friendship with Miles. A normally confident Zig feels emasculated when he loses an arm wrestle to Grace.
Maya can't sleep because of her Cam/Miles nightmares. Jack reveals to Imogen that she practices polyamory. Imogen, who is usually fine with the abstract, is honest with Jack about wanting monogamy. Frankie finds disturbing comics on Hunter's computer.
Zoë receives threatening texts from an unknown number about her fundraising activities. Worried about Miles, Tristan checks in on him and realizes that he has a vice that needs to be kicked. Alli is accepted to Cambridge and this scares Dallas.
Alli is accepted to Cambridge and this scares Dallas. Zoë is sure that Hunter is the blackmailer and confronts him. Becky loves writing songs with Jonah but could he want to do more than make music?
Drew is committed to keeping Becky happy but his situation with Clare has his attention divided. Maya lies in order to protect Miles, but the guilt is eating her up. Imogen is determined to find out who is behind the crooked online venture that has everyone at Degrassi talking.
Mr. Simpson calls an assembly to address the offending fundraising website. Tristan is trying his best to make up with Miles, but the connection seems to be fading. Alli can't keep a secret and blurts Clare's news to Dallas.
Degrassi’s fundraising scandal threatens to ruin Frankie’s relationship with her father.
Mr. Hollingsworth's campaign is in its final stretch, and the stress has him even more tense than usual. Miles appeals to his family about his father's behavior, but it seems like he’s the only one who realizes there needs to be a change.
The entire school hates Zoë after her wild fundraising plans go awry; Frankie's grades start to slip; Imogen's relationship with Jack could be affected.